Cyber threats increasingly affect the security and prosperity of Nordic states, including Norway. Through this event NUPI's Cyber Security Centre will highlight where these threats come from, and the role of cyber intelligence.
What are the biggest global challenges to the stability of cyberspace today? To what extent can norms and policy development guide responsible state and non-state behavior in cyberspace? And what are the best arenas for producing such norms and guidance?
Estonia plays an important role in Europe’s relationship to Russia. The president of Estonia visits NUPI to give some insight in the security challenges in the area.
In this theory seminar Dr Madeline Carr will present her paper on attribution and international society in cyber security as understood by Hedley Bull where she uses cyber space as a case study.
The aim of this project is to explore how and to what extent deterrence works in cyberspace or whether a focus on resilience as the new strategic logic is the way forward.
NUPI has the pleasure of inviting you to a seminar with Mark Raymond, Assistant Professor at the University of Oklahoma.
This project will study cybersecurity capacity building (CCB) and the sustainability of development processes in developing countries.
Protection of Civilians: From Principle to Practice